Feature of the Day
(20200425) Our report regarding electrode location and channel labels for the Temple University Hospital EEG Seizure Corpus has been updated.
(20200412) An updated version of our paper titled "Objective Evaluation Metrics for Automatic Classification of EEG Events" is available here.
NIH Cohort Retrieval
Electronic medical records (EMRs) collected at every hospital in the country contain a staggering wealth of biomedical knowledge that is essential for conducting comparative effectiveness research. The primary goal of this project is to uncover clinical knowledge that enables comparative research.
TUH EEG Corpus
Electroencephalography (EEG) is the recording of electrical activity along the scalp using an array of electrodes positioned strategically around a patient's head. The TUH EEG Corpus represents NEDC's first effort to provide a massive corpus available to the community.